"Weekend" and "navigator" as one phrase just doesn't sit right with me.
Weekend piloting, yes. But navigation? Is navigation (suggesting one is out of sight of land) someting that can be done as a weeekend avocation?
I'm sure the book is filled with very useful information that will be a help to many boaters, and I'm not criticising contents that I have not read. It's just the suggestion of the title that I find a little, well, if not misleading, not strictly accurate, and as such, able to give the wrong impression.
I think I can divine the approach from the GPS
on the cover. I won't be bothered with any celestial geometry. It's all as simple as pushing buttons.
Craig, can you tell us a bit more about the contents, vis-a-vis my concerns?
Is there any discusion of meteorology, or any other "non-electronic" element, or does it focus on how to get the most out of your gadgets?